The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1949 · Page 13
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April 14, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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PAGE THIRTEEN BTA'TIIEVIUJE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1940 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS I n r 1CTURES V, *>>£ ^JM-YSi;, „ 'PLAYBALL' IN J A P A N_I.<-d I,,- a masrol l,< lilK n;nne of Hie tt-am. Japanese liast'liall players p:iiad>- tin iin; day it) Tulivo, Third in line is Victor Slallin, \Vluk- J\u SHE ROSE TO W'l N_x,,, S |,,v a rU,,,, ,!„«,, ..n.l.T a ili iv,- l,v )lvln> l.ni.l {„ n,,.j r puilVsxi^.i.il wn-slli.ir , m Mi U .Mnilicaiiuhs. Si In- I-IIM- Ir (In- l| llur [ u ,>/,, j,, svvcnlrri, n,iin>l,-M DIPLOMATIC SKIE R_\V. Avcrell Ilarriinan, Tjnilcil Stales Special Kcprcsenlalive in Kurniic for HIP Kcniinmic Coopcr- .» alien Ailininislratioii, lakes to skis at Arosa, Swilieiland. j ACTOR-MECHANIC _ StirlinK Ilayikn, screen actor, Morks at a bench he has set up nlxi;ir<l liis srlionncr "Br,f;a(loo»" in Los Angeles harbor where lie anil Mrs. Ilaytlcn (lefl) live. STEEL FRAME — T], O faiillol at Washington stands framed liy tin- sli<t'lt\iirl< for Hit- new Sonlli Capitol Street lirldgo wlili-li will span Hie Anacoslla Illvtr In November. MANNEQUIN QUEEN —M-lki .Zauiucr. 17, was elected quct'ti of Uir 131!) ct op of lie> t'inner ui^nnc^Liins in I'aris. 1, r TWIN WO R K S A TAC A D EM Y—Srululor I'.rc-y I'orlsiDciulh nri'ivi's ;il (lie Unynl Ac;i(lrniy, London, ^^'ith liis luin seiiliJtiireSj ".Mind," and "JHullcr," for jncluslun iti thu i-xliihitiuci. ROYAL SPEAKER — rrincess Atstiko, Ilirciliilo's 4lan^tilc-r, spc.tks at t-\vrc]si-s of ^ 1'ccrcss iicfioul, Toltyo. M ON KS REPAIR BOOKS- Onloi- nf Ilic Itaslllaiiv. GrfllafriTiita, Italy, work on one of tho old iicnilts and manuscript* tliL-y- icytoro in monastery workshop. THREE- W AY BIBLE — Ynnrnilc Jc\\-isli rrfu^cc5 rn route (o Israrl rc.nl tlir TliliTr in tlashid Camp near Aden. Ilrili.Oi rolnny. Kadi sits in the position in whiHi lie Irarnril lo rr.icl dan to the scarcity ot Bibles. Some can only read tyiie upside down iihile others have to read Mdtuay. . STRIPES — IVIcr Knsscll, dcsicrn-r. slums a sacr- crrru i-lnlli s ;t uilh canilv-slripril hat. cloves. Moii-,r and Miiv-h.ulr at a Mr- \ihion show slagcij by London designers in Alexandra 1'al.uc., sz,x.:::: -,: •....:,;; ^ COLLECTOR — Allirrl llronse. r.ns Annr!.", miisii- li-aeln-r. rnllccts for his home museum old phoimcr.inlis. rrctiids, tiui-.ii h,,\rs. horseless r.uTia;:rv. Mi:nk |ilin;.i ami aiiln huh caps. Here he is smroninhil by surne uf his ]<honvt< .'1'lis anil lecurds dated between 1B'J3 and 1910. AIR RAID SI CH— An air raid slicKor at Dursscldorf ilccnll, German}, is being convei-Iccl into » cliurtli. Windows were blasted Diiuusli iO-inch FOOT GUIDE — Andre Pousse suidrs Ills tilevelc with hfs foot as he riilcs willi Pierre Oousscl In the Paris six-day race., N E W H O'U'S E S I N 3 WEEKS — Workmen at Wrinheim. ftrrnuny, conslniel nouses in 3 weeks from cement and ciouiul bricks from war rubble iiouml into pcrfor.itcil alecl fomii.

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